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Choose from 136 pictures in our Africa collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Agence France-Presse (AFP).

Kenya-Animals-Mara-Serengeti-Wonder Featured Africa Print


Wilderbeast are pictured in the Maasai Mara, approximately 400 kilometres southwest of Nairobi, in this 24, November 2006 photo. The age-old annual migration of atleast a million Wilderbeast, among other species between the Serengeti game reserve in Tanzania and Kenya's Maasai Mara mainly in search of pasture, is now classified as a ' Wonder of The World'. The Maasai Mara and Serengeti and the Wilderbeast migration were selected as one of the new wonders by a panel of experts in wildlife and nature termed as 'the uniqueness of the area and preservation it provides to so many species living in harmony'. AFP PHOTO/TONY KARUMBA / AFP PHOTO / TONY KARUMBA

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Safrica-Cycling-Cape-Epic-Mounatain Biking Featured Africa Print

Safrica-Cycling-Cape-Epic-Mounatain Biking

Cyclists ride through wheat fields during the prologue stage of the 2017 Cape Epic mountain bike stage race, near Durbanville, on March 19, 2017, in Grabouw, about 40Km from the centre of Cape Town.
This stage is a time trials for the cyclists. The Epic, in which two riders race as a team, is widely known as the foremost mountain bike stage race in the world, with the riders covering a distance of 690Km, and climbing over 15400m in height, over eight days of racing. / AFP PHOTO / RODGER BOSCH

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Kenya-Transport-Graffiti Featured Africa Print


passengers sit in a decorated minisbus, locally known as Matatu in the Kenyan capital Nairobi, on February 25, 2015. In 2004, Matatu graffiti art was banned as part of a government attempt to restrain the industry. Recently, however, the President of Kenya ended the ban on Matatu art. The Matatu art culture is a source of employment and livelihood for youth around the country, as they're are seen as being turned into moving artworks. AFP PHOTO/SIMON MAINA / AFP PHOTO / SIMON MAINA

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